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Could this be The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild running on NX?

Nintendo has uploaded an all new gameplay trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, showcasing what may be our first glimpse at the NX in action.

Uploaded to its official YouTube channel, the trailer features almost 2 minutes of uninterrupted gameplay before suddenly ending.

Link can be seen navigating vast green fields, decayed ruins and snow-drenched mountains using a variety of different tools.

It’s very reminiscent of the gameplay shown at E3 2016, which displayed a fully-fledged open world for our Hero of Time to explore.

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Nintendo has announced that it will officially reveal its latest gaming platform, NX, in a short three minute video this afternoon.

It will be available at 11am EST/3pm BST on Nintendo’s social media accounts and official website.

With any luck the reveal will shine some light on the console’s appearance, specs and library of potential launch titles.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is slated to launch in March 2017 alongside the console, so expect that to show up.

What do you think of the latest trailer? Let us know in the comments.

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